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Season 2 angst ideas: Viktor overworks himself between both coaching and competing and winds up with a career-ending injury. Viktor doesn’t mind too much, he’s just worried about Yuuri. Yuuri feels responsible but tries not to drown in guilt until he wins gold because he feels he owes Viktor that much.


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She had not thought of Jon in ages. He was only her half brother, but still… with Robb and Bran and Rickon dead, Jon Snow was the only brother that remained to her. I am a bastard too now, just like him. Oh, it would be so sweet, to see him once again.


The Imamura Brothers & Fumi


cool suave tentacle seeks john 🍆

@wimpytentacleofficial moodboard


I’ve received a couple messages about my coloring process, so here’s a little tutorial featuring Bucky~~ It’s pretty basic, but it’s essentially my process for any piece I do. Someday I’ll record myself drawing when I get the chance. But this is essentially what I do, hopefully this helps! Step by step commentary under the cut! :D takkunzx this is for you!

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I’m trying to get better because I haven’t been my best
She took a plain black marker, started writing on my chest
She drew a line across the middle of my broken heart,
And said: “Come on now, let’s fix this mess”
We could get better
Because we’re not dead yet 

-Frank Turner, Get Better

The Eldritch Effect - Kylux Cryptids AU

Major Donal A. Hux woke up in a hospital bed to discover that his career in British Army’s Parachute Regiment was over and he was sharing his room with a very attractive lunatic. His roommate Kylo Ren, estranged son of US Defence Secretary Leia Organa, has struggled with behavioural problems since early childhood- such as telekinesis and the ability to read minds. The strangest thing is that Hux doesn’t find that very strange at all. 

A Cryptid/Ghost Hunter AU in which everything is weird and no one is ever quite what they seem.

anonymous asked:

how do you setup your brushes for sketching in ps?

i’m not quite sure i understand the question. i don’t really set my brushes up any particular way, I tend to just use them as they come in the brush pack or mess around with their settings to get it to do what I want for that particular art. and I almost always have opacity set to pen pressure (except for when im doing final lining). 

I also really don’t ‘sketch’ per se, in the sense of just sort of casually doodling. like ever. I am incapable of drawing casually.

but if you’re just asking what brushes I use, my current brush pack I’m using is a frankenstein pack made up of all the brushes I like from about 4 different brush packs I got off of deviantart. since I’ve only ever linked to the first one, I figure now is as good a time as any to just share links to all of them:

  • DanLuvVisiArt
    • I’ve used this one the longest and i think it was the first pack I downloaded. I use a lot of brushes in this regularly, mainly: Texture brush (for fuzzy stuff), Hard Ink Brush (for lining), the cloud brushes, and the Debris and Glass brushes (for snow or particles in the air)
  • daRoz
    • this is a fantstic brush pack and is where I got my favorite ‘painty’ brush from (far right)
  • SoldatNordsken 
    • this is a really great and comprehensive pack that has a lot of really interesting brushes. just bare in mind that this pack is more geared towards concept artists so there are lots of plant and industrial/ interesting patterns/ textured brushes that dont really fit with my personal style, so i only really use maybe like 5 brushes from this pack regularly.
  • Julio Castelo
    • i actually got linked to this pack by the lovely @chawduhree​ and while it’s definitely got some good brushes, it’s very cluttered with a lot that I never use and probably wont ever touch. 
    • this pack is also mostly geared toward concept artists, is a combo of multiple packs from others, and I noticed that it shares a good number of brushes with the pack above by SoldatNordsken. so just keep that in mind.

That is a lot of brushes but what I tend to do with a new pack is go through every brush one at a time and make some strokes to see if I like it, delete the ones i dont, then add the leftovers to my main set. I ultimately try to keep my main set as uncluttered and organized as possible, with my favorites and most used at the top, with similar brush types clustered together.


throwback to mansae~